Adam Mendelsohn

Mercury Public Affairs

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Republican strategist with Mercury Public Affairs; senior campaign strategist for Proposition 11 in 2008

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The political website Calbuzz calls "reapportionment" the " most hated word " in politics and says reports about it amount to "eat your spinach journalism."

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The political website Calbuzz calls "reapportionment" the " most hated word " in politics and says reports about it amount to "eat your spinach journalism."

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